PHRASAL VERBS up 12

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Let’s wait here in the cafe until the rain lets up. Then we can go on to the park for a walk. --------- let up.
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Amainar, amenorar, aflojar, Parar. to stop doing something which someone or something have been doing continuously or in a determined way. (see also: wait down, slow down).

Rene's been complaining about his job all evening - he just won't let up!. --------- let up.
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Amainar, amenorar, aflojar, Parar. to stop doing something which someone or something have been doing continuously or in a determined way. (see also: wait down, slow down).

Film companies are not letting up on their campaign against people who sell pirate videos. --------- let up.
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Amainar, amenorar, aflojar, Parar. to stop doing something which someone or something have been doing continuously or in a determined way. (see also: wait down, slow down).

Can you help me with the fridge? I have to put it in the back of the truck, but it’s too heavy for me to lift up by myself. ----------- lift up.
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levantar. to move something to a higher position. (see also: pick up).

Nacho lifted up the heavy bags. ----------- lift up.
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Levantar. to move something to a higher position. (see also: pick up).

As I lifted up the rock, a huge spider ran up my arm and inside my shirt. ----------- lift up.
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Levantar. to move something to a higher position. (see also: pick up).

The Chicago navy pier workers let the fireworks off and they lit up the night sky. ----------------- light up.
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ilumunar. alumbrar. to shine light on something.

We stood by the river and watched the fireworks light up the night sky. ------------ light up.
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ilumunar. alumbrar. to shine light on something.

The church looks beautiful at night when it is lit up. ------------ light up.
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ilumunar. alumbrar. to shine light on something.

Laura’s so serious all the time. I wish she’d lighten up and take it easy sometimes. ----------- Lighten up.
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Relajar. Calmar. something you say to tell someone to stop being so serious or annoyed. (See also calm down, wind down.).

Hey Kaz, lighten up, would you!, he didn't mean to break the wall. ----------- Lighten up.
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Relajar. Calmar. something you say to tell someone to stop being so serious or annoyed. (See also calm down, wind down.).

Our boss Efrain knows how to lighten things up when we’re all getting stressed. ----------- Lighten up.
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Relajar. Calmar. something you say to tell someone to stop being so serious or annoyed. (See also calm down, wind down.).

Richard Voughn wanted his son to be a top student, but the boy failed to live up to his father’s expectations. ---------- Live up to.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).

Did the trip live up to your expectations Kaz?. ---------- Live up to.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).

Chicharito's striving to live up to his reputation as a world-class athlete. ---------- Live up to.
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Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).

We should liven up the party. Why don’t you put on some funky dance music?. ------------ liven up.
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Animar. animarse. to become more interesting and exciting, or to make something become like this. (see also: brighten up, cheer up).

The party livened up as soon as the clown arrived. ------------ liven up.
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Animar. animarse. to become more interesting and exciting, or to make something become like this. (see also: brighten up, cheer up).

Don’t you think we could liven the show up? It’s seems a bit dull to me. ------------ liven up.
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Animar. animarse. to become more interesting and exciting, or to make something become like this. (see also: brighten up, cheer up).

Don’t forget to lock the office up if you’re the last to leave. Whoever leaves last always locks up. ---------- lock up.
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Cerrar con llave. to lock all the doors and windows of a building when you leave it.

Don't forget to lock up when you leave. ---------- lock up.
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Cerrar con llave. to lock all the doors and windows of a building when you leave it.

It's my responsibility to lock up the shop at night. ---------- lock up.
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Cerrar con llave. to lock all the doors and windows of a building when you leave it.

Many young people look upon sports stars as Michael Jordan and Randy Jhonson as their heroes and role models. --------- look upon/on, someone or something.
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Considerar. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).

Come on Messy you shouldn't look upon this as a failure. --------- look upon/on, someone or something.
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Considerar. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).

Ismael said, I look on Fatima as a daughter. --------- look upon/on, someone or something.
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Considerar. to consider something or someone in a particular way. (see also: think of).

Last month’s sales were slow, but things are looking up this month. We’ve had plenty of orders so far. ------------ look up.
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Mejorar. if a situation is looking up, it is improving.

Things are looking up now you've got your promotion. ------------ look up.
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Mejorar. if a situation is looking up, it is improving.

The economy is looking up again after a couple of bad years. ------------ look up.
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Mejorar. if a situation is looking up, it is improving.

Don’t forget to look me up whenever you’re in New York. It’d be great to see you. ------------ look up, or, look someone up.
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Visitar despues de mucho tiempo. to visit someone who you have not seen for a long time when you are visiting the place where they live. (see also: call on).

You'll have to look me up the next time you're in Los Angeles. ------------ look up, or, look someone up.
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Visitar despues de mucho tiempo. to visit someone who you have not seen for a long time when you are visiting the place where they live. (see also: call on).

Did you look up our local distributor when you were in New Zealand?. ------------ look up, or, look someone up.
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Visitar despues de mucho tiempo. to visit someone who you have not seen for a long time when you are visiting the place where they live. (see also: call on).

That fucking new president Donal Trump will never live up to; we might as well go ahead and fire him now. ---------- Live up to.
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Live up to... Dar el ancho. dar la talla, estar al nivel. to be as good as what was expected or promised. (See also: Come up to, measure up).


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